Sat.Aug 26, 2017 - Fri.Sep 01, 2017

Where Do Writers Write? Take A Look…

Ms. Career Girl

Last month I showed you where I write my books. There were many photos of my garden, which is where I do a lot of daydreaming and procrastinating while pretending to work. This month, we’re looking at where other writers write. Take a look… Barbara Claypole White, Echoes of Family.

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10 Years on LinkedIn – Why It’s Still Indispensable To Me

Executive Career Brand

How LinkedIn Remains Invaluable To Me, and To All Executive Job Seekers. I was noodling around on my LinkedIn Settings page when I noticed something at the top of the page. It said I’ve been a member since August 2007. Ten years is a long time. My business is so different than it was then.

2017 176

Are You Dripping Words on the Page With an Overly Anxious Paintbrush?

Career Trend

It can be overwhelming when putting words onto the blank page. But also easy. All you need is a laptop or tablet and to begin tapping keys. You don’t even have to know how to type; hunt and peck still works for some. Have a thought, extract it from your mind through to your fingers […].

2017 171

Could Blogging Help Your Career?

Professional Resume Services

Experienced executives have a lot of knowledge that may be beneficial to many other people. If you have a good amount of experience and have decent writing skills, you could enhance your career even further by starting a blog.

2017 163

7 Reasons Why You Can’t Sleep Properly At Night

Ms. Career Girl

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) , it is estimated that one third of the U.S. population gets less than the recommended hours of sleep.

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6 Helpful Tips To Help You Get Started With A Career In Fitness

Ms. Career Girl

The fitness industry is booming at the moment and it simply continues to grow. There is over 200,000 fitness club around the world and the industry is worth over 83.15 billion dollars, according to Statista. Planet Fitness alone makes over 1.5 billion in revenue each year.

2017 182

9 Ways Your Business Can Help Hurricane Harvey’s Houston Victims

Evil HR Lady

If you’re like most Americans, you’ve been watching the Hurricane Harvey coverage, thanking your lucky stars that you don’t live in its path. However, for millions, their lives have just been turned upside down, and the problems haven’t stopped. You want to help; you want your business to help. Here are 10 ways you and your business can help. Cold Hard Cash.

Job Search News for September 1, 2017

Competitive Resumes

It’s Friday and your job search news continues!! Your job search could use some additional resources so I’ve compiled a few of them. I’ll read them, and you can feel free to comment on them in any form you’d like including leaving a message on the “send voicemail” button on your right.

2017 130

Beware of “Likely Successor Risk”

Sklover Working Wisdom

— Danger Ahead: Beware the Danger of “Likely Successor Risk” —. In new employment, all employees face the risk of being a “new kid on the block.” That is, 
there is always the chance that you just won’t “fit in” with the “in crowd.” That is just a fact of life.

2017 130

An Open Letter to CEOs: Treat Employees Like Adults

Ms. Career Girl

CEOs and C-Suite leaders get a lot of advice, often from highly-paid consultants and coaches. It’s tactful, carefully worded, and designed not to offend. This post is different. This is the advice your employees want you to hear. Follow it, and they will work harder for you.

2017 166

Are You a Leader or a Teacher (or Both)

Evil HR Lady

Do you think of yourself as a leader, a mentor, a boss or a teacher? People who work outside of education don’t generally identify themselves as teachers. After all, teachers stand up in front of classrooms and give pop quizzes. What’s that got to do with the world of work? A lot, actually. Leadership is important, but there is also a case to be made for teaching in the workplace—and I’m not talking about training.

2017 126

5 Ways to Hire a Candidate that Matches your Company Culture

The Undercover Recruiter

Company culture is the DNA of your workforce, and is made up of the goals, vision and values of every employee. Depending on the culture fit of your next hire, they can either reinforce your company’s mission, or they can dilute it.

2017 108

Caution:

Sklover Working Wisdom

— Danger Ahead: Beware the Danger of “Likely Successor Risk” — In new employment, all employees face the risk of being a “new kid on the block.” That is, 
there is always the chance that you just won’t “fit in” with the “in crowd.” That is just a fact of life.

2017 130

Seeking New Career Options? Consider Being A Pharmacy Tech

Ms. Career Girl

The need for all kinds of health care professionals continues to experience strong growth. If you’re considering new career options, one position you’ll want to consider is a pharmacy tech. Here’s why and some tips on how to get started. Pharmacy Tech Outlook.

2017 161

Can You Ever Legally Deduct Pay from an Exempt Employee?

Evil HR Lady

If there’s one thing I’ve tried to beat into your brains, it’s that you can’t deduct pay from an exempt employee’s paycheck, no matter how much you want to. Well, there are a few exceptions, but they really are a few, and no one is every going to complain about getting too much money. Anyway, to read about these exceptions, click here: When Can You Legally Deduct Exempt Employee Pay? The post Can You Ever Legally Deduct Pay from an Exempt Employee?

2017 125

7 Ways Flexibility Can Help Create an Age-Friendly Working Environment

The Undercover Recruiter

With A-Level and GCSE results out this month, and university students graduating this summer, a new pool of talent will be entering the workforce. How can employers look to successfully attract and retain this new generation?

2017 104

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Anger is a universal, natural and acceptable emotion. It is harmful when it becomes a continuing state of mind.” ” – Unknown.

2017 130

Office Knowledge You Should Definitely Have

Ms. Career Girl

Everyone knows what street-smart is. But check out these tips to keep you office-smart. A little practical office knowledge can go a long way! Use your holiday allowance wisely.

2017 155

Keep Health Care Costs Down Regardless of Looming Legislation

Evil HR Lady

More than half of small business owners identified health care costs as a “critical issue,” according to a report from the NFIB Research Foundation. And business owners are in an uneasy state because health laws could change at any time. Is there anything you can do to help keep health care costs under control, regardless of what goes down in Washington, D.C.?

How to Welcome an Introvert On-Board

The Undercover Recruiter

It takes all types of people to create, sustain and drive forward a flourishing business, and diversity is a key ingredient of innovation and strength.

2017 103

3 critical audiences for your job interview – and how to address them

Cube Rules

The post 3 critical audiences for your job interview – and how to address them appeared first on Cube Rules. Job Search job interview

2017 100

5 Ways To Get What You Want At Work

Ms. Career Girl

Are you working flat out, but just not quite seeing the results that you want at work? Achieving a correlation between what you want to happen, and the actual results your input achieves can be tricky, especially if you’ve not got a great deal of experience yet.

2017 151

Dealing with Employee Theft: Tips and Actions to Take

Evil HR Lady

Employee theft can be a problem at any restaurant. Often, people think of theft as taking money out of a cash register or walking out the back door with expensive equipment, but theft can happen in little ways such as an employee handing out free drinks or meals to friends. So what do you do when this happens? Here are some tips to help guide you. Take Preventative Measures. Make the rules clear. If you let employees eat discounted or complimentary meals, be sure to set clear boundaries.

2017 122

From Criminal Law to Ceramics

Career Shifters

"I went into work every day to perform a role that was written for someone else.". Stine Dulong felt suffocated and trapped. But after some straight-talking from a friend, she decided to throw herself into the things that made her happiest.

2017 141

5 Ways to Prepare Your Workplace for Generation Z

The Undercover Recruiter

The time has come for Generation Z to enter the workplace. That’s an estimated 73 million new professionals to prepare for, and it’s not going to be easy. Just like every generation of people, they have their own preferences, outlooks, and conditions that make them unique.

2017 98

10 Influential Speakers for Your Monday Motivation

Ms. Career Girl

Whether you’re looking for the motivation to get your side hustle started or you just need a bit of encouragement before starting a long work week, finding the inspiration to get up and moving can be difficult.

2017 148

3 Ways to Monitor Your Health Care Costs

Evil HR Lady

Most likely, you started your business because you had a great idea and a desire to succeed. However, you didn’t realize how much of your time would be spent dealing with health care costs. With an uncertain future of health care, what can you do to keep your costs under control and have a great team? Here are three ideas: To keep reading, click here: 3 Ways to Monitor Your Health Care Costs. The post 3 Ways to Monitor Your Health Care Costs appeared first on Evil HR Lady. Anthem

Businesses that are worth starting in 2017

Career Alley

Thinking of working for yourself in 2017? Read below for an introduction to some of the trends that today’s entrepreneurs are pursuing in both the online and real life world. Virtual Online Brand Communities continue to make impact in the increasingly crowded world of eCommerce. Tapping into the social nature of humanity, companies or individuals […]. Business Advice Owners Self Employment

2017 133

How to Create an Employer Brand Video that Stands Out

The Undercover Recruiter

With video representing 74% of all online traffic, video content really does rule the internet waves. So it’s no wonder more and more companies are tapping in with employer branding videos to enhance their profile and attract top talent.

2017 95

5 Travel Destinations for the Workaholics

Ms. Career Girl

Even the most career-minded person needs a break from time to time, and because you work so hard, your vacations must be all-out, no expense-spared excursions. You’ll find that after you return, you’ll be refreshed and re-motivated to pursue your work with greater energy.

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Disease Management Programs in Your Office

Evil HR Lady

Your business is likely focused on something other than health, so why should you implement disease management programs in your office? Well, for instance, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that more than 29 million adults have type 2 diabetes. Additionally, the American Heart Association noted 1 in 3 adults suffers from high blood pressure. These are just two of many chronic diseases and conditions that benefit from careful management.

2017 109

The Top 10 Reasons Recognition Programs Fail.

HR Capitalist

A valued reader weighs in below on why Recognition programs fail in reaction to this column I wrote over at Workforce.com. Thanks Ron! --. At 75, I have witnessed several formal Recognition Programs and have seen the flaws in all of them. The downsides overweigh the upsides.

2017 91

5 Hot Careers for 2017

Career Alley

Feeling like your job is a dead-end? Or maybe you are trying to figure out what your college major should be to position yourself for the best career. Career Opportunities Hot Careers Hot Jobs

2017 130

Massage Therapy as your #SideHustle

Ms. Career Girl

Massage therapy is a very viable option as a side hustle. Is has flexibility for any work schedule, can be relaxing, fulfilling, and is a great income source. It also can turn into a very rewarding career. Massage therapy also has many different options other than just a salon.

2017 139